Dynamical systems

Former organisational unit. 31/12/2012.


Organisation profile


The dynamical systems field covers a wide range of mathematical modelling techniques of the time evolution in systems. Most modelling is carried out by using differential equations.

The dynamical systems group researches into pure mathematics, and we have a solid experience in modern differential equation applications to solve technical and industrial problems.

We use dynamical systems mathematics to describe

  • chemical reactions
  • signal patterns in the human nervous system
  • robot movements
  • kinematics of planetary systems

Reduction of equations

By applying dynamical systems mathematics, you may reduce the amount of equations to solve large and extremely complex practical problems raised in such fields as

  • chemistry
  • economy
  • biotechnology

Advanced mathematical techniques

We utilise advanced mathematical techniques to reduce the number of computations to a manageable level. This allows us to obtain a better understanding of highly detailed structures such as a flow with many vortices. 

Contact person

Professor Morten Brøns


Contact information

303 B
Kgs. Lyngby
  • Phone: (+45) 4525 3031
  • Fax: (+45) 4588 1399
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  • Physical Review E (Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics)

    ISSNs: 1539-3755, 2470-0045, 1539-3755, 1063-651X

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1550-2376, 2470-0053

    American Physical Society, United States

    BFI (2017): BFI-level 1, Scopus rating (2015): SJR 0.999 SNIP 0.907, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes

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  • Physics of Fluids

    ISSNs: 1070-6631

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1089-7666

    American Institute of Physics, United States

    BFI (2017): BFI-level 1, Scopus rating (2015): SJR 1.036 SNIP 1.801, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes

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  • Journal of Fluid Mechanics

    ISSNs: 0022-1120

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1469-7645

    Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom

    BFI (2017): BFI-level 2, Scopus rating (2015): SJR 1.45 SNIP 1.616, ISI indexed (2013): ISI indexed yes

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